Flow issue 15

Flow issue 15

In this issue:

-Why it is okay to feel insecure. Doubting yourself or showing your insecurity even has its perks.

-Weaving is back. Creatives all over the world are embracing this old art with fresh colors and new patterns.

-British philosopher Alain de Botton talks about realistic romanticism, which means that putting out the garbage is all part of the deal.

-Image story about the talented but tragic American author and poet Sylvia Plath.

-A DIY stamping booklet by Scandinavian designer Lotta Jansdotter.

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In this issue:

-Why it is okay to feel insecure. Doubting yourself or showing your insecurity even has its perks.

-Weaving is back. Creatives all over the world are embracing this old art with fresh colors and new patterns.

-British philosopher Alain de Botton talks about realistic romanticism, which means that putting out the garbage is all part of the deal.

-Image story about the talented but tragic American author and poet Sylvia Plath.

-A DIY stamping booklet by Scandinavian designer Lotta Jansdotter.

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In this issue:

-Why it is okay to feel insecure. Doubting yourself or showing your insecurity even has its perks.

-Weaving is back. Creatives all over the world are embracing this old art with fresh colors and new patterns.

-British philosopher Alain de Botton talks about realistic romanticism, which means that putting out the garbage is all part of the deal.

-Image story about the talented but tragic American author and poet Sylvia Plath.

-A DIY stamping booklet by Scandinavian designer Lotta Jansdotter.

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